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Plant residues as raw material for particleboards


, : Plant residues as raw material for particleboards. Zemedelska Technika 41(3): 101-111

Work on the manufacture of particleboards from residues of several annual plants and sawdust in Poland is reviewed. The production technology is similar to that used for wood particles.

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